Top Headlines: India among top 3 countries where trust in government remains high

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Daily Newsletter | Monday, January 29, 2018
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India among top 3 countries where trust in government remains high
In aggregate, India’s trust rating across govt, media, NGOs and business fell 13 percentage points, statistically marking one of the sharpest decreases. But in each category it remained in the 60-100 band marking popular ‘trust’ in institutions. Media was the lowest at 61, dropping five points since 2017.
‘Due to reforms, common people get Padma awards’
Modi said the common man had found space in the awards category as a result of changes made in the nomination process in the past three years. The online nomination process had brought in transparency, he said.
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CIC asks PMO to identify PM’s foreign entourage
The direction came after CIC R K Mathur rejected the PMO’s objection to disclose the info on the grounds of “national security”. “The commission is of the view that the name/list of non-govt persons who had accompanied thePM on his international visits should be provided to the appellant,” Mathur said.


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To recall messages using this feature, users need to delete messages sent within the next 7 minutes (post sending the message). The time-limit to delete/recall a message is same for both Individual and Group chats.
How to prevent WhatsApp from using more internet data
Although telecom companies in India have started giving away more data to its users to keep them stick with their network, some still try to control their data consumption for each app.
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5 apps to download now for a healthier 2018
No matter what your health and fitness goals are for 2018, an app can be an easy way to find support and expert advice that will keep you motivated and hitting your goals throughout the year.


IPL auction: Jaydev Unadkat shines above the rest
Rajasthan Royals break bank for the India pacer, shell out Rs 11.5 crore to make him costliest Indian.
South Africa team poses for picture, split by colour
In a picture that emergd, Hashim Amla, Andile Phehlukwayo, Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada, Vernon Philander and Keshav Maharaj are seen on the left side of the trophy while skipper Faf du Plessis, Dean Elgar, AB de Villiers, Morne Morkel, Duanne Olivier, Chris Morris, Dale Steyn, Quinton de Kock and Aiden Markram are seen on the right.
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Mid-term economic survey: Hits and misses
Ahead of the Union Budget, the finance ministry every year presents the economic survey which reviews the overall state of the economy in the last 12 months and highlights the policy initiatives of the government and the prospects of the economy in the short to medium term.
Nine top BSE companies add Rs 97,932 crore to market cap
HDFC Bank, ITC, Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) and ONGC were among the companies that registered gains in their respective market capitalisations (m-cap) during the week to Thursday. Maruti Suzuki India was the only company to see a decline in valuation.
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Grammys: Stars wear white roses for equality
After the “blackout” on the Golden Globes red carpet to draw attention to sexual harassment in showbiz, the music industry’s hottest stars wore white roses to the Grammys on Sunday in support of gender equality.
Pic: Anushka Sharma ups her style game
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